|Size||3 L x 3 W x 6 H in|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||10|
|Included Components||90 x Math Fact Cards, 10 x POP cards, 1 x Spinner|
|Item model number||LER8441|
|Product Dimensions||15.49 x 9.14 x 9.14 cm; 9.07 Grams|
Learning Resources LER8441 Pop For Addition & Subtraction Game 3 L x 3 W x 6 H in
|Price:||(S$5.82 / 100 g)|
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- A game where kids practice basic facts and keep the gumballs for right answers
- Students practice basic addition, subtraction, and increase fluency while having fun
- Includes 90 math-fact cards (1–10), 10 POP cards, spinner and guide (printed on box)
- Two levels of play and three game variations for 2–4 players
- Fun for ages 6+
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Help students practice basic math facts with this fast paced game. Keep the gumballs for the right answers. Includes 90 math-fact cards (1–10), 10 POP cards, spinner and guide (printed on box).
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There are two different levels for play, but we only use the first level. It's a fun game, but it can take a long time to finish depending on how quickly the pop cards come out. The beauty is that the facts get practiced over and over again as the POP cards come up and the fact cards go pack in. My only gripe is that it doesn't have upper addition and subtraction facts like 9+9 or 10+3 or 15-8. So my daughter loves playing it because she doesn't have to practice the harder facts she doesn't like as much.
My 5 year old also enjoys playing with us even though he doesn't know his math facts yet. I hold up fingers for him (again none of the facts have anything over 10 so I have enough fingers) and he answers the questions.